Introduction / Charles Merewether and John Potts -- PART I: REWRITING GLOBAL VISUAL CULTURE -- 1. Two cures: making art visible / Boris Groys -- 2. Land and Sea: 'In the beginning all the world was America' / Mitchell Dean -- 3. Migration as spatial fantasy / Ackbar Abbas -- 4. Masters of the gap: art, migration and eido-kinesis / Paul Carter -- 5. The world is not enough / Rex Butler -- PART II: NEW ART HISTORIES: OTHER MODERNITIES -- 6. Wins and/or losses in recent Eastern European art history / Lolita Jablonskiene -- 7. Interrupted histories / Zdenka Badovinac -- 8. Aesthetic experience and the power of the artwork / Antje Denner -- 9. Crisis and convening: or, what is it that we want from art conferences? / Lee Weng Choy -- Part III: MEMORY: DOCUMENTARY AND THE ARCHIVAL -- 10. Archival futures: on Kawara and the date from which all things begin, again / Charles Merewether -- 11. Mortal remains / Geera Kapur -- 12. Expressivity: the art of documentary practice / Michael Renov -- 13. Documentary in the age of the remix / Kathryn Millard -- 14. Contact lenses: cinaesthesia in the museum / Laleen Jayamanne -- Part IV: THE EVENT AND RE-ENACTMENT -- 15. The event and its echoes / John Potts -- 16. 'The truth will be known when the last witness is dead': history not memory / Peter Osborne -- 17. 'What if someone in New Zealand wants to see it?' Performance art's cover versions / Edward Scheer -- 18. When the present comes to get you / Jane Goodall.